November 2005
New Republic;11/7/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 19, p8
The article comments on the top ten foiled terrorist plots cited by President George W. Bush in his October 6, 2005 speech on terrorism. Some of the plots mentioned were far from ready to be executed and several of the most prominent plots were not included in the list. A spokesman for the National Security Council apparently admitted that the level of severity of the plots included was not investigated by him.


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